School flies ban­ner for City

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - News -

ST MARIA Goretti Catholic Pri­mary School will rep­re­sent City of Bel­mont schools in the statewide Ban­ners in the Ter­race com­pe­ti­tion af­ter win­ning the lo­cal con­test.

The schools were asked to de­sign a ban­ner to pro­mote this year’s theme Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment – Switched On.

Each school was sup­plied with paint, brushes and a ban­ner to bring their cre­ative ideas to life.

City of Bel­mont Mayor Phil Marks said he was im­pressed by the cal­i­bre of art­work dis­played by the pri­mary school stu­dents this year and judg­ing them was a dif­fi­cult task.

“The City of Bel­mont is a proud sup­porter of this event as it show­cases the unique tal­ents of our youth,” he said.

“A lot of time, ef­fort and com­mit­ment is ded­i­cated to this project by the stu­dents and teach­ers to bring their ban­ners to life and it is great to see so many lo­cal pri­mary schools sup­port­ing this com­mu­nity event.”

The Bel­mont ban­ners will be on dis­play un­til June 19 at Bel­mont Fo­rum Shop­ping Cen­tre, and the statewide com­pe­ti­tion ban­ners will be on dis­play in St Ge­orges and Ade­laide ter­races be­tween July 26 and Au­gust 8.

Mayor Phil Marks, St Maria Goretti teacher Adri­ana Wat­ters, Bel­mont Fo­rum mar­ket­ing manager Sarah Moore, City of Bel­mont’s Robin Gar­rett, and stu­dents Sadie Dinh and Keisha Des­mond with their school’s win­ning ban­ner.

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